food inflation in December rose to 4.96 per cent, year-on-year, from 4.35 per cent in November. In contrast, food inflation declined from 6.06 per cent in November to 4.72 per cent in December. food inflation has crossed food inflation for the first time in recent months. That prices are rising slower for farmers than consumers is more pronounced in perishable commodities like potatoes and tomatoes and in (gram), whose prices have slumped after a bumper harvest.
As the goods and services tax (GST) Council gets down to further simplifying of the rules, data on and grievances regarding the tax will provide some insight on how the general public has responded to the new system and the problems they encounter. According to records maintained by the (NCH) in the initial few months after the tax change in July 2017, around 11 per cent of complaints came from consumers who say they were being charged by traders, but weren’t provided correct bills or the number.
As Finance Minister Arun Jaitley gets down to finalise his Speech, which many believe could be focused on the farm sector, the December data on consumer food price index (CFPI) and its wholesale price counterpart should offer some insight. The CFPI-based for the month of December rose to 4.96 per cent year-on-year from 4.35 per cent in November. In contrast, the wholesale price index-based food declined from 6.06 per cent in November to 4.72 per cent in December.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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